'Vicar of Dibley' set to return to Bucks

The original TV series was filmed in Turville, Bucks

The original TV series was filmed in Turville, Bucks

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DAWN French’s irreverent reverend is set to be resurrected in a Marlow drama group’s latest production, with organisers calling for new blood to get the production off the ground.

After the success of Marlow Players’ ‘Wife After Death’ in April, the amateur dramatics group are gearing up to resurrect TV favourite the Vicar of Dibley this autumn.

And the dedicated team of drama lovers is looking for new recruits both on stage and behind the scenes for November’s show.

Based on the first few episodes of the nineties TV favourite, which was filmed in Bucks village Turville, the Players are holding auditions for their new show on July 24 at the group’s studio, next to Liston Hall.

For more information, contact secretary@MarlowPlayers.org.uk or visit www.MarlowPlayers.org.uk

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11:12am Tue 8 Jul 14

kerlmann says...

The original series was indeed shot in Turville, unfortunately that's a photo of Fingest.

Try again BFP... *sighs*
The original series was indeed shot in Turville, unfortunately that's a photo of Fingest. Try again BFP... *sighs* kerlmann
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10:42am Wed 9 Jul 14

shaky2 says...

kerlmann wrote:
The original series was indeed shot in Turville, unfortunately that's a photo of Fingest.

Try again BFP... *sighs*
You are wrong this is a picture of Turville
[quote][p][bold]kerlmann[/bold] wrote: The original series was indeed shot in Turville, unfortunately that's a photo of Fingest. Try again BFP... *sighs*[/p][/quote]You are wrong this is a picture of Turville shaky2
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